Research connects sleep and social competence

Researchers at Keio University recently reported in the journal Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Mental Health the results of an in-depth study

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The rollercoaster ride of divorce and hope

By Karen Kaye I was blindsided. I did not see this coming. Sure, we had our issues, but I was

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Decode Your Child’s Cold

By Sandra Gordon   As miserable as a cough or stuffy nose can make your child feel, it’s helpful to

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Easy activities to help your tween and toddler bond

By Dolores Smyth No sooner had I nestled myself into the family room recliner to enjoy a cup of coffee

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Nutty Fudge Bars

These are super easy to make and fun to eat. Be sure to toast the almonds for a flavourful crunch.

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Start good reading habits early

It’s never too early to instill good reading habits with your kids. Reading begins at birth, and parents are a

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Make pool safety a priority this summer

Michèle Mercier, Director of Prevention and Safety, The Canadian Red Cross As soon as the weather warms up, Canadians take

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Eight mistakes I made when flying with toddlers

By Cheryl Maguire  “Don’t you want to watch a movie?” The person across from me on the airplane, had a

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Meltdown Magic: Quick Mindfulness Cures for When Kids are On the Brink

By Malia Jacobson Clenched fists, flushed cheeks, and shaky, shallow breaths—most parents can spot these signs of an impending kid-meltdown.

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Safety strategies to keep kids safe

Practice how to deal with tricky people and who to trust By Caron Irwin Spring and summer are the seasons

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